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Our Graduation Requirements

Bachelor of Biblical Studies Degree

The Bachelor of Biblical Studies degree is offered to students who satisfactorily complete a four-year course of study outlined under their major field of concentration. In addition, a student must;

  1. Complete at least 128 credit hours, including courses required for general education requirements and their degree.
  2. Earn at least a 2.00 grade point average at Florida Bible College.
  3. Receive at least a “C-” in all courses required in their major field.
  4. Complete at least two semesters in residence at Florida Bible College, including the last semester of the senior year.
  5. Complete a Petition for Graduation in the Records Office at least by the end of the drop/add period of the semester of anticipated graduation.
  6. Settle all financial obligations to the College.
  7. Attend Commencement activities if enrolled the spring semester

Second-semester sophomores will receive a graduation completion plan from the Records Office. The graduation completion plan  lists both completed courses and courses to be completed for the specific major and minor.

Associate of Biblical Studies Degree

The Associate of Biblical Studies degree is offered to students who satisfactorily complete one of the two-year courses of study. In addition, a student must;

  1. Complete at least 60 credit hours, including courses required for general education requirements and his degree.
  2. Receive at least a “C-” in all courses required in his major field.
  3. Earn at least a 2.00 grade point average at Florida Bible College.
  4. Complete at least two semesters in residence at Florida Bible College, including the last semester.
  5. Complete a Petition for Graduation in the Records Office at least by the end of the drop/add period of the semester of anticipated graduation.
  6. Settle all financial obligations to the College.
  7. Attend Commencement activities if enrolled the spring semester.

 

Courses Being Offered for Spring 2019 Semester

Course Number Available Course Name Course Description Course Hours
BIB 205 On Campus
On Line Real Time
1 and 2 Corinthians
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of 1 and 2 Corinthians, exploring the themes of unity and holiness as well as freedom and responsibility. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 204b On Line Real Time
1, 2 & 3 John
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This intensive (1) hour credit course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of John’s epistles.

Those taking the course will later need to take a (2) hour course on John’s gospel (204a) for Associates and Bachelor’s Degree.

1
BIB 101 On Line
Bible Study Methods
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This course introduces a systematic approach to interpreting the Bible, in which students observe, interpret, apply, and correlate Scripture within the framework of Christian theology and history. (Required for Graduation)

3
THE 104 On Campus
On Line Real Time
Christian Worldview and Apologetics
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This course analyzes how a Christian perspective influences the way Christians think about issues such as creation, evolution, evil, morality, other religions, and social justice. This course also examines the plausibility of the Christian faith, highlighting the reliability of the Scriptures and the historicity of Jesus and his resurrection. (Required for Graduation)

3
MIN 101 On Line
Evangelism and Discipleship
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This course examines the message and methods by which a person is led to Jesus Christ. It also examines what a disciple is and how a disciple is made. The course presents the motivation and command for making disciples, defines the gospel message, and emphasizes the necessity of the work of the Holy Spirit in evangelism and discipleship. (Required for Graduation)

3
MIN 103 On Line
Introduction to Christian Ministry
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This course introduces the various vocational and avocational ministry opportunities within churches and parachurch organizations. Students will gain first-hand experience in a ministry of their choice. (Required for Graduation)

3
TEC 101 On Line Real Time
Introduction to Digital Technology
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This course surveys the field of technology and its integration in Christian ministry. The course covers both technical and practical topics, from the history and operation of computers and the Internet to community building and assessment.

3
MIN 105 On Line Real Time
Marriage and Family in Ministry
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This course introduces the student to considerations in the study of Marriage and Family systems. It also provides Biblical and practical guidelines for the Christian worker who tries to balance home and church ministry with the challenges that often confront the Christian worker. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 104 On Campus
On Line Real Time
New Testament Survey
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This course surveys the New Testament in light of its cultural, historical, and literary situation. The course presents intertestamental period and the life and teaching of Jesus and the first-century church. Students become familiar with the message of each New Testament book and learn to apply New Testament teaching appropriately. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 103 On Campus
On Line Real Time
Old Testament Survey
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This course surveys the Old Testament in light of its cultural, historical, and literary situation and traces the themes of creation, fall, and redemption. Students become familiar with the message of each Old Testament book and learn to apply Old Testament teaching appropriately. (Required for Graduation)

3
THE 102 On Campus
On Line Real Time
Survey of Christian Doctrine II
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This course surveys the biblical doctrines of salvation, the church, and the last things. Within a Protestant, evangelical framework, the course emphasizes what has been believed by historical Christianity. (Required for Graduation)

3
THE 402 On Campus
On Line Real Time
Systematic Theology II
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This course reviews and builds on Survey of Christian Doctrine to examine in depth orthodox Christian teaching on soteriology, sanctification, ecclesiology, and eschatology. Students analyze the interconnectedness of the doctrines, examine how belief affects practice, and develop a worldview based on sound doctrine. (Required for Graduation)

3

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